DIY · Ephemera

1912 Henriette Willebeek Le Mair – Rectangular Songs

I have utilized the beautiful 1912 art of Dutch artist Henriette Willebeek Le Mair’s “Little Songs of Long Ago” to create these rectangular songs:

Print out your favorites, score on the dotted line and fold. Use spray glue or a glue stick to make these double sided, then cut out the rectangular songs.

Would these not be great for a nursery banner? Either strung up as bunting, or why not make them into bell pulls? If printed small, you could also mount these as a lovely mobile 🙂

Find your high quality copy, free for your personal use and enjoyment in the download folder below 🙂 

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5 thoughts on “1912 Henriette Willebeek Le Mair – Rectangular Songs

  1. Hi Gunnovor,
    Thanks for the pumpkin animation. I am having trouble leaving you a message on Pinterest. I used your animation on my blog ( Last week on October 27th, my daughter’s birthday three stray kittens arrived at our back door: we adopted two, one of the two looks actually like the one in the gif ~^..^~

  2. Hi, I didn’t find a contact information from the site, I’m a fellow Norwegian crafter and would like to ask something about sharing.. if you could contact me on my email?

  3. Hi, dear 🙂 I want to ask you something personally about use your loveeely source. But I cant find any email on your blog. I will really happy if you give me your email or contact me directly.

    Happy new year!


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